Whittier made an announcement up in VIP that he didnt want folk standing on the wall and to dance. Then mentioend that if the bruhs didnt dance with the ladies then he would dance with all of them. Then he got on his soapbox and said that SYGU promoted hard on what folk should wear when attending their event and that many were sent off.
Some of the ladies up in VIP upper level.
Folk gettin their party in in VIP upper level.
Mocha Latte takes a quick pic with and SYGU member Eddie Hollman at the dee-jay booth lower level.
Latte gettin the crowd hyped as DJ Fred D gettin the mp3s goin.
These lovely ladies were attending a friend's b-day party, the third party held that nite.
In the house was Freetime's Adrian Saddler (in black cap).
A long shot of the lower level crowd.
DJ Fred D on the mp3's.
A panaroamic view shot of the lower level area. (A new special effect with the OUTCAM)
The bar area lower level.
The VIP area upper level.
TOO MUCH PLAYIN PIC. Check out the dude tossin up the jack up in a VIP area lower level.
A different shot of the lower level.
NOTE: Overall I enjoyed this double event. However I do have some issues that took place.I had problems entering the club. After telling one of the bouncers that I was media (with my cam) and a text from Mocha Latte responding to my text that I was outside, but apparantly that wasnt enuff for the bouncer to let me in and said I had to go in the back of the line.
I didnt think so.
After that drama, I was good.
OK now the SYGU party. It was classey, but we think it should have been at Exo or a hotel ballroom to be quite honest that caters more to the upscale crowd. Folk were treated to a nice ambience, free Jack Daniels samples and heavy appetizers. DJ Needles had the party rocked until the party stopped when it got heated--literally. You see, one of the speakers playing the music next to Needles caught on fire. Yes, ON FIRE. Luckilly it was just a small burn inside the large speaker and the bouncer rushed up there, and was able to grab it out before it exploded. That was a first indeed (well at any party that I attended). After a few long minutes without music, the speaker was replaced and the music continued.